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Chapter 6 - Mock Exam 9

 
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Hi people,

There is a question about ejbCreate() method in page 364 (Mock Exam - Q. 9). The answer in page 369 (Mock Exam - Answer 9) says that the letter B is correct (getEJBObject()). But in page 329 (Creating a new Entity) the new EJB Object is created after ejbCreate() method. So how can I access the EJB Object (getEJBObject method) if it hasn't been created?

The complete question:

Which method(s) from the EntityContext interface can be invoked from within the ejbCreate method?



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Please read the Errta from the book's site:
http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/hfjejb/errata/hfjejb.confirmed


[369] Question 9;
The answer to question 9 should not have B checked. The EBJObject is not available during an entity bean's ebjCreate()



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